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Gas Filters Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of gas filter manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top gas filter manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find gas filter companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture gas filters to your companies specifications. Then contact the gas filter companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of gas phase submicron filtration industrial scales, high pressure nitrogen gas filters, low pressure methanol gas filters, or customized gas filters of every type, this is the resource for you.

Leading Companies:

  • Middletown, CT 800-543-5843

    Liquid filters are just a part of our complete line of filters and cartridges. Shelco is dedicated to providing our customers with excellent quality customer service and high quality products. This is shown through our state-of-the-art research and development team working to increase performance while reducing costs. We take pride in the fact that Shelco filters are distributed and used all over the world in a wide range of high-purity applications.

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  • Coraopolis, PA 800-925-0011

    TIGG Corporation specializes in using activated carbon as filtration media for air and water purification for environmental remediation, industrial processing and municipal water treatment. TIGG designs and manufactures activated carbon filtration equipment and systems with more than 60 standard modular activated carbon absorbers for vapor and liquid applications.

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  • SPRING, TX 713-253-0100

    Clean Liquid Systems is a leading manufacturer of air and liquid filters. Our number one priority is to create the best filters that match the needs of our customers. We strive to have a fast turnaround while not reducing the quality of our products. Filtration is the only thing we do and ensure that we make our products right. We provide our customers with hundreds of years of experience and great prices to keep them competitive.

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  • Ann Arbor, MI 800-237-1165

    We manufacture liquid filters for customers of all sizes! There is no job too small or too large for us to handle when it comes to liquid filters and we love a challenge! Since our inception, we have been dedicated to providing our customers with excellent quality customer service and high quality products sure to keep you coming back to us for all of your needs. For more information on what we are able to do for you visit our website today!

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  • East Rochester, NY 800-633-2143

    Our porous ceramic filters are high-performance liquid filters, gas filters and even chemical filters (when used with anything that doesn't attack glass). Diffuser filters for sewage treatment come in dome, disc, plate and tube shapes. Our filters can be molded or machined to the shape you need.

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Gas Filters Industry Information

Gas Filters

Gas filters remove excess or unwanted debris and solutes suspended in gasoline that would otherwise impede performance and harm valuable engine components. Also known as fuel filters, these compact devices are among the most integral parts of any engine system, be it carbureted or electronic fuel injection.

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Applications of Gas Filters

In the engine compartment or vehicle undercarriage, gasoline filters are employed along the fuel lines in transport, marine, shipping, petrochemical, automotive, and avionics industries. Manufacturing processes in these applications or simply the engine operation can produce byproducts such as metallic chips, dust, and emulsified water, which are easily introduced into a fuel supply. Environmental exposure also leaves gas susceptible to additional contaminants such as dirt and dust. Excess amounts of these impurities can be extremely damaging to an engine and, if left unfiltered, can lead to mechanical failure. In a gas filter, gas is run through a semi-permeable material that captures contaminants while allowing the fluid to pass. Liquid filters are essential to engine components that boost fuel efficiency while mitigating pump and engine wear as well as injector and hose clogging. Exhaust filters can also serve to lower vehicular emissions, which are strictly monitored in some industries and states. As with all liquid filtration systems, gas filters may become clogged or degrade over time. Proper maintenance and regular replacements ensure continued fuel optimization.

Types of Gas Filters

There are two main types of gas filters available. In-line products are positioned at the inlet of the fuel line. The gas is run through a bag filter, cartridge filter, wire mesh, membrane, or other semi-permeable barriers as soon as it enters the system. This ensures that contaminants are removed as the fuel flows into the engine. These assemblies are used in engines where the inlet, outlet, and filter elements are positioned in a relatively straight line. However, return line, or closed loop filters are positioned at the end of the system to catch those components generated by the operation of the engine or motor. After impurities are removed via similarly designed filters as inline systems, partially processed gas is returned to the system reservoir. Both filters can be used in low or high pressure applications. Low pressure filter housings such as those used in carbureted engines may be made of either metal or durable plastics, whereas high-pressure electronic fuel injection engine filters must be made of metal in order to withstand the tremendous amount of force behind the up and down motion of the engine's pump and pistons. Common metals include steel, aluminum, and stainless steel. The material construct of the filter media held or contained by that housing is far more diverse. Again, operating temperature and pressure should be considered, but materials such as activated carbon or clay, cellulose, ceramic, fiberglass, paper, nylon, polypropylene, and polyester are commonly used.



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